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Students at Morton High School can now delve into a whole new world of learning, a virtual reality learning world.

The members of the Rotary Club of Forest used their meeting this past week to fill care boxes for members of the Forest and Morton Mississippi National Guard Units who are currently deployed on active duty serving in the defense of our nation....

Forest High School crowned its 2018 homecoming queen this past Friday night during festivities held as the Bearcats took on the Florence Eagles.

LHS will celebrate its homecoming with festivities September 19, when the Hornets host a community luau at the high school from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., and prior to the September 21 home football game against Richland.

Scott Central Attendance Center has announced the 2018-19 Homecoming Court which is pictured here.  Seated from the left are seniors Jessie Reiss, Chryselynn Martin, Zykerra Kincaid, and Olivia Triplett.

Mayor Nancy Chambers recently signed a proclamation officially declaring September 17 through September 23 as Constitution Week in the City of Forest. Pictured here with Mayor Chambers are members of local Hontokala Chapter of the MSDAR.

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Happy Birthday:

Sept. 5 Ellen Reynolds Smith, Tami Power Carollo, A. T. Usry, Ralph Burroughs, Tommy Alexander, Sue Graham, Austin Tillman, Betty Sturrup Stephens, Jeff Thomas, Jaunice Pippin, Rhoda Sue Young, Greg Haney, Jimmy Gray McLemore.


SC tames the NC Cougars 34-6

The Scott Central Rebels took their high-octane offense and stingy defense on the road to Decatur this week to face the Newton County Cougars. The Rebels grabbed the cougars by the tail from the begging and dragged them up-and-down the field until the final horn blew.













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